McDonalds Lodge Hazlehurst
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... have added to the Egg’s internal design a nightsoil bucket, which, so far, Mrs Henry has only kicked over once. A visit to a car detailer has been scheduled. During the daytime, the nightsoil bucket contains our one-burner stove, mozzie repellent candle and stovetop espresso contraption. After the drive, in upturned mode, it serves as an occasional table to spread out delicacies to go with the Budweiser.
There’s so much you can do with a nightsoil ...
Packed up and off we ago again.....a few hours drive ahead us. ( us .... I mean David) We stopped off Savannah National Wildlife Refuge...... We visited the information centre and watch a short documentary on the Parklands, which attracts thousands of migrating birds and ducks each year. We went for a drive around the marsh land, that ran along the Little Black River....this area back in the ...
... and the Yamacraw tribe. They became good friends and when Tomochichi died in 1739 he was buried with full military honours in Wright Square. It was refreshing to learn about cooperation, friendship and mutual respect between settlers and the Yamacraw tribe. It is unfortunate that this was not the model for all such relationships between European settlers and indigenous people in the centuries ...
Savannah is also home of the currently somewhat controversial Paula Dean and her popular restaurant the Lady & Sons. But Louise had done her homework and found a more authentic southern food experience for us at Mrs. Wilkes dining room. We waited in the already long line at 11 am for about 45 minutes...our tummies growling louder by the minute.
I would describe it as a massive Holiday dinner but with all southern food: Fried ...
... and the phone, so you'll have to take my word for what we saw. The goat kids were our favorites. The ate grass and hay out of our hands and one little one was interested in eating the strap from my sandal. Goats will eat about anything. There were several scruffy sheep, but no lambs yet.
The chickens were great! Lots of showy roosters and crowing was the song of the day. Lots of them had deformed combs. I'm wondering what causes it. ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed